If we learn again to live in the circle

Ikinngutit - Ilisarisimasarpassuakkalu ...***** ...
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The spiritual significance of climate change is that we don't recognize each other anymore - we have stopped greeting each other. It is as though ice has been growing between our hearts. The faster the ice on the ground is melting the further apart we become as humans. Which means that you and I we are not capable of changing.
In my work with you I will bring alive one more time the concept of the circle, which is the spiritual foundation of my old tradition - the circle in which we all belong. In the circle we become equal. That means nobody can put you down or talk behind your back. We create support for each other, so the person will get a chance to know himself better and to become able to connect with somebody and say "good morning". 
If we learn again to live in the circle, we become able to face the changes which are coming on us. And we know the hardest thing we will ever go through in life is change. And now is the time for you and I to change.    
I pray to the creator: Help me to find these individuals who are willing to become the hope for mankind. 
Events 2020, more at icewisdom.com 


It feels so late, but yes, the circle.
LT said…
Too late for too many, Laura.

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